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Adventures made in Germany: “The Book of Unwritten Tales 2” (PC)

Does KING Art Games’ Kickstarter-funded adventure game The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 tread new ground in the point-and-click genre or is it just another succession of mildly amusing scenes and good puzzles? The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 (PC) … Continue reading

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Adventures made in Germany: “The Book of Unwritten Tales: The Critter Chronicles” (PC)

Prequels to games aren’t as common as in the movie industry, but this doesn’t mean that they’re inferior to the original, as KING Art Games’ point-and-clicker The Book of Unwritten Tales: The Critter Chronicles shows. The Book of Unwritten Tales: … Continue reading

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Adventures made in Germany: “The Book of Unwritten Tales” (PC)

There is always a fine line between subtle references to well-established genres, books, movies or other media, and obvious parodies trying too hard to be funny and only ending up rather tame in humor. The German sense of humor is … Continue reading

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Adventures Made In Germany: “Fire” (PC)

This time of the year there should be more snow games, but as the fluffy white stuff doesn’t seem to fall on all countries, why not make some point-and-clicker Fire with Daedalic Entertainment? Fire (PC) (Germany 2015, developer/publisher: Daedalic Entertainment, … Continue reading

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Indie adventures: “Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today” (PC)

Dystopian ideas in literature or movies aren’t new, and even games have used these concepts for a long time. So does Fictiorama Studios’ point-and-click adventure Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today offer anything memorable? Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today (PC) (Spain … Continue reading

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